Memory Books: Collect, Reflect, Collage, Create
Wednesdays, March 14–April 18, 1:30–3:30 p.m.
About the Program
A travel ticket, an old photograph, a song that takes you to another place and time. Stories about people, places, and events, all told as we remember them, can become a rich treasure trove to share with others.
In this hands-on workshop, explore a variety of ways to format your written words, images, and objects into a memory book to share with family and friends. Produce short writing samples and then learn how to lay out those memories as pages of a book. Expect an adventure that can be emotional, funny or sad, scary or exhilarating. Re-explore your favorite memories, write them down, and save them for future generations.
Instructor: Deborah Nourse Lattimore received her BA in art history and Ancient Near Eastern and pre-Columbian studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. The illustrator and author of over thirty-five children's and educational books, she is the recipient of the prestigious PEN Award, ACLU Award in Art for Civil Liberties, and the Color Me Bright Foundation Award. Her books are in the California Collection, and her illustrations are in numerous museums and personal collections.